Re: folder/directory on Windows NT

Subject: Re: folder/directory on Windows NT
From: jon beckton <jon -dot- beckton -at- asml -dot- nl>
To: TECHWR-L <techwr-l -at- lists -dot- raycomm -dot- com>
Date: Thu, 02 Dec 1999 14:48:07 +0100

Carnall, Jane wrote:
>
> Your opinions are solicited: Are Windows NT directories more properly
> referred to as folders?
>
<SNIP>

> There are two chapters in particular, "Installing TinWoodman on Windows NT"
> and "Installing TinWoodman on UNIX". I must refer to directories in the UNIX
> chapter: should I refer to directories or folders in the Windows NT chapter?
>
Will your reader be working with both chapters at the same time? If not
(and it seems unlikely) there is no conflict. Use the correct term for
each OS.

HTH

Jon Beckton




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